Celtic’s trophy winning celebration was slightly damped by going down to a 1-0 loss to Aberdeen at Celtic Park after a poor performance.
Brendan Rodgers brought back his first-players for the game, after playing a shadow squad against Kilmarnock in midweek, with the likes of Tom Rogic, Kieran Tierney and Moussa Dembele all starting.
The first-half had very few chances, with only one for each side, Greg Stewart’s free-kick hitting the bar for the Dons and Moussa Dembele having a shot saved by Joe Lewis.
Aside from that the Hoops struggled to break down a determined Dons defence and the first-half ended goalless.
The Dons dominated the start of the second-half and after Stewart curled an effort round the post Andrew Considine gave the Pittodrie side the lead.
Leigh Griffiths came close on a few occasions to getting the equalising goal for the Bhoys with a header which hit the post but the Hoops didn’t do enough on the day to get the three points and overall Aberdeen deserved the three points.
Here, Football Insider looks at three things we learned in Celtic’s clash v Aberdeen.
Click ‘reveal to read about a poor performance overall…